Am I a 'bad' blogger?

I apologise wholeheartedly for the amount of 'lifestyle' posts I've done recently. 

 I'm also sorry for not blogging recently, and I felt like I needed to explain why. As I'm writing this, I'm suffering from writers block - because I genuinely don't know how to word what I have been feeling for the past month-and-a-bit. I'm not going to go into the ins and outs of my life and how things have been recently, but I have found it difficult to sit down and write blog posts, even though, reading this post, it's obvious I wanted to believe otherwise.

I really don't want to let my blog stagnate, as there is nothing I love more than blogging, but my heart just wasn't there for the past month, and instead of writing mediocre content I'm not proud of, I just didn't try and blog. Believe me. there were moments where I'd think of great posts, but actually sitting down to write them was a different story. And then, this would inevitably lead me to worry that I am a bad blogger. I actually took a mini-break (I'm not too sure if you'd actually refer to it as a break, but it's became more of something I'll check when I'm bored) on Twitter because seeing other people blogging - the thing I apparently struggled to do - would make me feel like I wasn't as 'good'.

But then, I came to the realisation that I'm not a bad blogger - I've just had a hard few months (even with my travelling that I've done this summer) - and I've not been able to face the thought of blogging. That doesn't make me a bad person, just human. We all deal with things in different ways, and letting myself breathe for a bit is my way of coping.

Thanks for coming to my TED talk,

Ashleigh xxx